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« Reply #75 on: February 09, 2011, 11:03:53 pm »
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« Reply #76 on: February 10, 2011, 01:25:54 pm »
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My friends and fellow Regional Protectionists,

I'm proud to stand here today before you in preparation for this historic election. It is indeed an honor to be member of this party and joining it after the Democratic Alliance ceased to exist was one of the best decisions I have made in this game.

But enough about me! We have important work ahead of us. Very important work. Atlaisia has an important decision to make. We can vote to confirm left-wing governance. The policies of raising and raising the taxes of hard working Atlasians to the point they won't be able to live anymore. The policies of radical redistribution that would force the Atlasian taxpayer to pick up the tab in order to fund the lifestyles of people that don't work for them. The policies of more government intrusion in our everyday lives, forcing a minority's views of morality and justice on the rest of us.

Well I'm here today to tell you that Atlasia can do better! Much better! By electing two pragmatists to the office of President and Vice President. And these pragmatists are Tmthforu and Dallasfan!

It is essential that we stand united as a party to present our case to the Atlasian people. What exactly do we stand for? Simply put, we stand for freedom, economic success and responsible investments in our future!

We are a conservative party, after all, and we believe that equality of opportunity is our primary goal. We're not here to make sure everyone has an equal slice of the economic pie. We understand that personal responsibility is the most important thing to encourage. And we encourage precisely that by enacting sensible ďcompassionately conservativeď policies.

In our quest to strengthen Atlasia and allow Atlasians to achieve their greatest potential, it is important that we keep in mind that government itself is not the enemy. We undoubtedly have members in this party that will disagree with my thoughts here, but it is important for Atlasia that we resist radicalism, whether on the left or the right. As conservatives, in order to ensure opportunity for all, we must recognize that government does indeed have a role in helping people that cannot help themselves. Obtaining proper education and healthcare, irrespective of one's origin, provides a necessary basis for upward social mobility. It cannot and should not be our goal to reject government as a matter of principle while ignoring the problems our citizens face.

Atlasia is not a place where a person's future should be dependent on what their parents were able to achieve. Policies that make it possible for only the wealthy to achieve economic success are not conservative! Rather, they are socialism. Yes, socialism! Our mutual belief in the powers of the free market mean that government policy should not benefit any one group over another.

At the same time, we need to make sure that government programs are effective in doing what they're supposed to do. Radical expansion of the welfare state, as proposed by our leftist Atlasians, does not solve any of our structural problems. Ironically, it turns these problems into an acceptable state of being by neither offering sufficient incentives nor the necessary aid in order to advance oneself. To go even further, left-wing policies are an insult to Atlasians that tell them they aren't capable of caring for themselves without the government dole!

I am confident that future President Tmthforu is as pragmatic as I hope to be, and it is absolutely imperative that we do whatever is necessary to aid his campaign efforts.

Atlasia deserves more than the alternatives are offering. Let us vote for a bright future, a future in which Atlasians can look forward to being able to achieve their fullest potential! An Atlasia with efficient government that does what is necessary towards these goals and no more! No more!
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« Reply #77 on: February 10, 2011, 02:31:27 pm »
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Ladies and Gentlemen. I apologise for my inactivity for the past few weeks; this has been due to personal problems which I am sure you will understand. I have been able to continue in my role as Mideast Assemblyman but at a reduced capacity.

If I can for just a second speak break with the agenda and speak to the convention and to the country at large

It is clear that Atlasia this month has a unique opportunity to elect a great public citizen, an outstanding consensus politician and a dear friend to the highest office in the land. Let this convention produce a quiet ripple growing to a steady wave to sweep Tmthforu into office.

People often ask what makes a great President? The truth of the matter is we do not know, we do not know when he is elected, or when he serves and even when he has left office and all that can be done is to reflect on the decisions he has made. I have had the pleasure to have served in the Office of the Presidency on two occasions. My most recent was a mistake; it was a  mistake because I didn't defend what the office was against those who campaigned about what the office should be. They won the battle and reformed the office in their image unintentionally negating, almost but not quite, the achievements of their predecessors and indeed their ultimate successor. Therefore the Presidency can no longer be a quiet office.

So why entrust the office to a quiet man? Why entrust the office to a modest, humble politician like Isaac? The answer is simple. Voters should not, should never be overawed by the Presidency. The President should reflect the desires of the people, should reflect but also temper their mood and should oversee the due process of government and of the legislature. This should be reflected in the stroke of his pen as he signs bills into law or pauses to reflect before casting a veto.

I trust Isaac. I trust him to deliver on his promises. I trust him to be a better President than I was or could be. I trust him to engage with the Senate, to select a balanced cabinet and put the interests of the game and the country first.

Thank you.
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« Reply #78 on: February 10, 2011, 05:33:27 pm »
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I think I want Usher's "More" to play before I give my speech. I'm that monster in the mirror.
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« Reply #79 on: February 10, 2011, 05:38:18 pm »
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I think I want Usher's "More" to play before I give my speech. I'm that monster in the mirror.

     Only if I get Dawn Of Victory by Rhapsody Of Fire for mine. Tongue
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« Reply #80 on: February 10, 2011, 05:43:14 pm »
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I think I want Usher's "More" to play before I give my speech. I'm that monster in the mirror.

     Only if I get Dawn Of Victory by Rhapsody Of Fire for mine. Tongue

If you really want more, then scream it out louder! We'll bring out that fire together!
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« Reply #81 on: February 10, 2011, 07:43:43 pm »
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Ladies and Gentlemen, I was invited to speak to you on the topic of integrity. That's quite an ironic topic for me to speak on you might say. After all, I am the one that flip-flopped on political parties, lost faith in the Northeast during my time as Governor, and has been prosecuted by the AG. However, during all of that time, I have held true to my beliefs and convictions. I do not "go with the flow" or go whichever way the wind decides to blow. My values are my values and there is nothing that will change. My record in the Senate and in the Governor's Mansion says as much.

That is why I stand before you and seek my party's nomination for Senator of the Northeast. You know where I stand on the issues and I hope you can place your trust in me to do the right things to get our country moving in the right direction. Our current Senate has put us on an unsustainable path that we might never get a chance to change. However small our window of opportunity is, it is still open. That opportunity is now; this moment is ours.

I also rise before you to speak on behalf of a dear friend. Our troubles are too big and our problems too large for the left to continue to run this nation. It is time for our country to elect Isaac to our presidency! He is a man of great integrity and honor and I know that he will serve our country well. However, words will not make this a reality. I need all of you to stand up and get to work to put Isaac in the White House!

Now, it wouldn't be my style to not stir things up. Atlasia has problems regarding integrity, the biggest of which is the use of sock accounts and those with multiple accounts. The people who engage in this behavior should be ashamed of themselves. I will hunt down those who commit these egregious acts. I will make no distinction between these criminals and those that harbor them. Enough is enough and it's time for a change!

Thank you and may God bless Atlasia!
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« Reply #82 on: February 10, 2011, 08:08:31 pm »
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Hi, I'm J. J.  I'm running for President and my campaign is a joke.  The issues that I'm raising however, are not jokes.

We talk about what Atlasia.  Here is what has been said about it in the past.

PiT said that Atlasia was, …the golden dream; that the people are free from the despotism of overarching unitarian government…

Duke warned, ”We cannot afford to fall victim to the big government bureaucrats in the capital who want to remove all of our power and make us just another yes’mam rubberstamp to their agenda.” –

“We must elect senators who will pass good legislation, repeal existing bad legislation, and defeat proposed bad legislation.” Brandon H. advised.

These comments are from 2008 RPP Platform. 

The golden dream is tarnished brass, our senators seem to do the opposite and if you try to find statute in Atlasia, you will see “big government” in action, a morass of needless and confusing regulations.

I’ve tried looking through statute, using Wiki, and the Atlas search function to look at rights of citizenship in Atlasia.  I never found the statute I was looking for; well, I have not been too active and didn’t understand Atlasia, I’ve been told.  It took experienced and active members, some I’ve actually quoted, several days to find it. 

I’ve seen the active members in action in the last debate.  One, a current nominee for attorney general, didn’t realize that we had ceased hostilities in foreign wars, and the other couldn’t explain why we were still paying for it!  One “enlightened” member criticized me for not drafting legislation, without realizing that it was currently pending in the Senate (I actually had inquired with the President on its status). 

This is the state of affairs in the Atlasia.  You don’t have to know what is going on, because nobody else does!

We complain about the lack of participation in the game that is Atlasia.  Part of the reason is because the game is too complex; it needs changes, quickly.  It is next for impossible for someone who doesn’t live in the Senate to participate (and in the Senate, it might be just as hard).

If you vote for me, I’ll try to change that.  Here is how:

1.  Veto any measure before the Senate, until the Senate codifies the rules relating to voting and membership in general in a single, assessable document.

2.  After that, veto any measure until the Senate requires a description of each bill, accurate, to be added to the title so that the bill can be easily searched.

3.  I will establish a registry of passed legislation so that, at least, the newer laws of Atlasia will be in a centralized place.

4.  I will establish a similar registry for executive orders.

I don’t favor any great changes in the election laws, except a chance to permit voters, not facing criminal charges. 

After that, I will resign.  If I deregister at that point, I will do that as well.

I find it ironic that the Senate has the power to enact every change, right now, completely rendering my candidacy moot and unneeded. 

While I’ve been accused of dividing the Right and the Left, I’ve found support for these ideas across the ideological spectrum.  Personally, I think we need to stop worrying about the Left and the Right until we get the game working.

Thank you.
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« Reply #83 on: February 10, 2011, 09:55:43 pm »
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I'm going to wing it because frankly, it's a Thursday night, Jersey Shore starts in 20 minutes, and I'm already one PBR down. But, as a duty to the party that helped me become a washed up has-been, I must speak, and I must speak right now.

We've come a long way in the RPP. As preface, I'll admit I have no idea what I'm supposed to speak about, so I'll speak from the heart about this party. When this party began years ago, we were a few renegade Atlasians with an idea. It was an idea that the right wing could have a voice; we could compete with the big boys. For far too long, the left had dominated the landscape. So we band together. We ate together; drank together; chased women together. We became as one. And then things changed. The tactics that had allowed us to grow and prosper became outdated. We had to change. We did. We did for our survival because deep down we still believed in a common goal. We worked out our differences and changed course. We opened the doors, tore down the masks that plagued our party in the past. And thank God we did.

With all the turmoil going on among the other parties in this game, I'm proud to say we are the most stable. We allow an influx of different ideas. We allow free love, free beer, and a free hug, whenever necessary.

What Yankee has done with this party is truly remarkable. I commend him on his work. Two years ago, no one would've believed that this party would be this strong. In August of 2009, I sat with Yankee as we discussed disbanding. Look where we are today. Even for washed up communists like myself, this party is truly a great home.

I want to give a shout out to all our candidates running for office this time. While my endorsement may not help with right-winged voters, I am not ashamed to say you are all cream of the crop. You'll do good things. You'll work hard to get things done while putting aside partisan bickering. That's what the RPP is all about. We stand firm on our beliefs, but we know when to make compromises for the good of the nation. Rigid partisanship cannot be tolerated. This practice of pragmatism will fulfill in office just as those before you have done. So stand tall - carry that center-right banner, and do it for the good of the nation. I have confidence in this party. The battle for the big one begins now.

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« Reply #84 on: February 10, 2011, 10:16:55 pm »
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I know that I was scheduled to speak before Duke, so I am sorry that I am speaking out of order.  Quite frankly, due to a recent deluge at work, I have not been as active as I would like.  However, when an opportunity presented itself to speak here today, I could not pass it up.

Our theme today is Integrity.  In many ways, a convenient, almost meaningless area for campaigning in the arena of politics.  To campaign for honesty is as easy as campaigning for love of one's country.  Who is against honesty or patriotism for that matter?  I highly doubt that any of the candidates in the race is without integrity.

However, as easy a campaign promise as integrity can be, I can think of no better adjective for our party's candidate.  I speak not of the former governor or senator that we all see on these boards everyday, fighting to make this game a better, friendlier place for all of us. 

Rather, I am speaking of a man I hope I can call my friend.  These past months since I joined this great party, Tmth has been a great mentor, sounding board, and friend.  When we have disagreed, he has been upfront every time.  When we agree, Tmth fights harder for me than ever. 

Integrity is doing what you think is right, even when no one is looking.  It is a character every nation needs in a leader.  So while it may be an easy slogan to campaign for, in many ways it is the hardest campaign slogan to live up to.  And one in which we will always be assured that Tmth will do us proud.

Thank you and vote Tmth/Dallasfan. 
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« Reply #85 on: February 10, 2011, 11:30:59 pm »
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My friends, my remarks will be brief and to the point.

Ladies and gentlemen, we here are embarking on a journey. This journey, known as Atlasia, has been tested time and time again. In times of crisis, natural and man-made, it's the character of our leaders that make the difference in the very end.

A few years ago, when I found myself running for President, I stated that I wanted to bring in "anew" to Atlasia. This was the source for a great amount of entertainment for some. But what I envisioned was a fresh start for Atlasia. An Atlasia where our Government is small, efficient, and works for the people rather than the other way around. An Atlasia where taxes are cut and simplified, where change comes to bring about necessity, but tradition rules overall. I didn't want to change Atlasia, I wanted to improve Atlasia.

Alas, my dreams at the Presidency never succeeded. But that doesn't mean our opportunity is over. If you want leadership that works for you, if you want leadership that is steadfast in their resolve for running a smaller, efficient Government, and if you want a President who can restore tradition to Atlasia....then Tmthforu and Dallasfan deserve your vote!

Thank you, my friends!
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« Reply #86 on: February 11, 2011, 02:37:56 am »
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Greetings my fellow Atlasians and fellow adherents of the Regional Protection Party.

I am Winfield, and I bring  you greetings from the great city of Newport and the great state of Rhode Island.

Thank you for inviting me to address this illustrious convention.

Thank you Chicago for hosting this historic meeting of this noble political movement.

It is so wonderful to see and to address the thousands assembled here this day.

(Thunderous applause from the audience)

You know, when we live in a society where pizza gets to your house before the police, you know changes must be made.  

(Rollicking laughter and cheering from the audience)

I can honestly tell you that if we agreed with our opponents in this election we'd both be wrong.

(More rollicking laugter from the audience)

The current administration has never really grown up.  They've only learned how to act in public.

(More rollicking laughter from the audience)

We know changes are necessary in our society when every time we turn on the evening news they begin with 'Good evening', and then proceed to tell us why it isn't.

(More rollicking lauhgter from the audience)

I say to the current administration, better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to speak and remove all doubt.

(More rollicking laughter from the audience)

Let's all get out there and let's elect Tmth and Dallasfan.

Thank you, and God bless Atlasia.

(Winfield exits the stage to the bouncy song Reach For The Stars by S Club 7 waving to the audience giving them the "V" for victory sign to a wild standing ovation.  The thousands in the audience are on their feet singing along and dancing to the music and having a wonderful time.)

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     As it were, I am supposed to extol the virtues of experience to all of you.

     Now some of you might say to yourselves, "more time in government is more time oppressing the people". Why should we want that? Should we not want an outsider untarnished by the quagmire of bureaucracy?

     Electing an outsider may sound all well & good, but I would like to contrapose a question to all naysayers out there; what good is it electing someone who does not understand the delicate relationship that must exist between a successful executive & legislature?

     Tmth has extensive experience governing the Mideast, the first region in Atlasia to adopt an elected legislature. Dallasfan has experience serving in both the Northeast Assembly & the Atlasian Senate. Together, they have extensive knowledge of the workings of government.

     Of course, we return to the complaint of the prospective naysayer. In my time, I have known neither individual to be a friend of expanding the power of government in unjust ways. With that in mind, I would like you to all to think about this supposition; in a world where only the centralists know how to work government, centralist governments shall reign supreme, for obstructionism can never be a long-term strategy, but rather obstructionism is defeatism.

     That is why I am calling on every one of you here tonight to support Tmth/Dallasfan for President; to take back Atlasia for regionalists, for tonight, my friends, I hear the call of the trumpet that shall never sound retreat. We must move forth resolutely, courageously, & with our goals always clear in our minds. I think we are all well aware of the JCP's consistent record of success over the years, but we cannot permit them to cow our better part of man, for united we shall stand & divided we shall fall.

     I have nearly tasted the fruits of victory, for none other of our party has come so close to victory in a national election. As our former standard-bearer, it is from that capacity that I ask you all to entrust the duty of promoting regionalist ideals to a man with the experience needed to successfully promote them: tmthforu94.

     Good night & Dave bless Atlasia!
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« Reply #88 on: February 12, 2011, 12:00:08 pm »
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Itís good to be here in the Windy City! I hear itís been every bit as snowy as New England lately.

Why are we here today?

I for one am here to pledge my support for Tmthforu94, my running mate, for President of Atlasia. Tmthforu94 is running on a platform of getting the government out of peopleís lives, stimulative tax cuts, and most importantly: improved activity!

Tmthforu94 has a record of conservative governance in the Mideast. He has also demonstrated that he can bring new life to a region that had somewhat lagging activity. I am confident that he will be able to do this nationally.

I joined Atlasia in November 09 on the sunset of an active Atlasia. I watched us hit rock bottom during the spring, before finally starting to tick upwards in the summer. President Fritz has governed over improved activity, and I approve of him. But I for one think itís time for change!

We are here to help decide one of the most important elections Atlasia has faced in a long time. Are we going to have another stale election where the torch is passed down from one JCPer to the next? I was under the impression that we were a democracy, not a monarchy. Letís prove it!
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« Reply #89 on: February 12, 2011, 11:22:52 pm »
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Tonight we join together from all parts of Atlasia. From the Pacific to the Northeast. From the RPP to the Populares. We stand together in uniting and unifying under the greatest ticket our parties have seen in recent history. A new Atlasia is coming; a White House that explodes with activity, debate, and results.

Tmth has worked tirelessly for our country. From the Mideast Assembly, to the Senate, to Governor, he has worked with all sides on issues and truly gotten results. We have seen great activity during his term as Governor. We have passed numerous bi-partisan bills turned into law, many introduced by him, from Abortion Reduction, to legislative reform, to education reform, to protecting our Mideast Tax dollars, Tmth has been a leader on all fronts social to fiscal issues. We are nearing our first regional budget due to the support of Tmth, a true bi-partisan, transparent, and fiscally conservative piece of legislation that will forever change our game. Tmth has always championed for better legislation to move our country forward.

Tmth looks up, not right or left. Whether itís working with our regional Senator to ensure the Mideast is represented in the federal government, to work with his colleagues and presidents while in the Senate, to working with citizens and Assembly members as Governor, Tmth has always been there for us. The results can be seen in this campaign that not only has united the right, but heavily includes the center and the left. I donít need to tell you why heís successful in Atlasia, the results are sitting in front of you.

Tmth will lead us on a path to a brighter future. Tmth is not afraid of encouraging new members to move to Atlasia from all sides of the aisle, become active, and run for office. Tmth is not afraid to work together to produce bi-partisan results that everyone can agree on. As Speaker of the Assembly, I fiercely fought Tmth on numerous issues, but in the end, we got results from building stronger bills that truly represented our region. Itís time to take his leadership and experience to the White House. Itís time for a new era of Atlasian politics. Itís time for a new leader. Itís time for Tmth and Dallasfan to lead us and work with us for a better Atlasia.

And so I introduce to you, the next President of Atlasia, tmthforu94.
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« Reply #90 on: February 12, 2011, 11:24:09 pm »
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Thank you, thank you all so much. Thank you, A-Bob, for that warm introduction. Iím excited to see the progress of the Mideast under your leadership!

It is my privilege and my honor to be a member of  the Regional Protection Party! Our party is rich in history and tradition, and we have played a crucial part in the development of this game. Yet, there is one obstacle we have yet to conquer: The Presidency. Well, friends, letís hope we donít have to wait much longer!

As your nominee, and one day as your President, I will fight for the issue this party was founded named after: regional protection and rights. Serving for two terms as Governor of the Mideast region, I understand the importance of regions, and why we must preserve the regions of this game. Regional governments provide us an excellent chance to give new Atlasians a chance to grow and develop into a key contributor to the game. Elected legislatures have proven to be an effective tool, and weíve seen many new citizens run for their regional legislature in the past months. While one of my opponents does not see the value in that, I do, and as President, I will be committed to helping those new citizens and their respected legislatures as much as possible.

One of the three words of my slogan is ďAccessibilityĒ.  Though I recently was out of the game for a while due to lack of electricity, Iím proud of my record as an active and accessible citizen. Whether it be through personal messaging, AIM, mibbit, or Facebook, Iím always within reach, and I cannot stress to yíall how I want this to be an open and accessible administration. If you have a problem, praise, or just want to have a discussion on something, Iím always available to talk, and Iíll be the same way as your President.

Whatís lacking in this game more than anything else is activity. As a Senator and a Governor, I was active. In recent days, my campaign has been attacked by the left as ďlacking policyĒ and ďnot active enoughĒ. My friends, Iím proud of the way Iíve ran this campaign, and Iím proud to say that this campaign has been the most active campaign, as well as the most policy-oriented campaign of any remaining ticket. Iíd suggest that before trying to take a splinter out of our eyes, members on the left should take the log out of theirs. Whatís hurt Atlasia more than anything else for the past few weeks is the drama, and itís leading some to become more disinterested in Atlasia than ever before. Itís time for a healing process in this nation where we come together to meet the problems that we face.

Iíd like to offer my sincere congratulations to the people of Egypt for their voice finally being heard! My hopes for this nation is that they can soon enter a democratic process similar to the one we face. It is important that democracy continues to advance in the world around us.

The first objective of my administration will certainly be to reform the GM position. Doing this successfully would help solve several problems our nation is facing - Activity; Lack of Substance. Several strong ideas have been brought to the table in regards to how to reform this position, from co-GMís to assistants to getting the SoIA and SoEA in GM reports. We look forward to discussing different ideas with the Senate as one of our first legislative goals. When we have this position correctly resolved, both the Senate and regional legislatures will be able to focus more heavily on the issues critical to our nations survival, such as the economy, especially the high debt this nation currently faces. When my administration works on the budget, we will be tightening the belt by proposing a cut of more than $100 billion dollars in defense, and bringing a near end to funding for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, with funding mainly going to reconstruction efforts there.

Iíll try and wrap this up before we start seeing tl;dr comments. Wink

Almost ever recent administration has involved the left, and in this same period, weíve seen Atlasia decline. I believe the RPP, and the entire conservative wing has great ideas to help improve this nation and put more of a focus game-wise on policy instead of party drama. Give me a chance, Atlasia. Give Dallasfan and I a chance to get to work, and I can assure you, we will not break our promises. I humbly ask members of the RPP and Atlasia has a whole to vote for the Tmthforu94/Dallasfan65 ticket in this election. I thank you all, and good night! Dave Bless Atlasia! Cheesy
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« Reply #91 on: February 14, 2011, 10:10:05 pm »
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Clearly the solution is to privatize presidential elections.

So, in less than four years, get excited for the 2016 MetLife Financial U Pick The Prez Extravaganza. If you tweet a picture of your completed ballot with the hashtag #ivoted, you could win a trip for two to the inauguration or an iTunes gift card.
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